OnePlus 6T Mclaren Edition announced: 10GB RAM, 256GB storage, faster charging
- Author: Terrell Bush Dec 14, 2018,
Dec 14, 2018, 1:07
The McLaren Edition will be very limited in quantity, so get it while it's still on sale. Buyers can head over to Amazon.in, OnePlus official online store and OnePlus exclusive storesBangalore, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Pune, Jaipur and Ahmedabad.
The box for the OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition is also rather special. But OnePlus feels that its users are comfortable with what's on offer.
There are some other Easter eggs with the McLaren edition of the handset that should please vehicle racing fans. First of all, this new special edition is not just a different colour variant. However, the launch of the 5G-capable flagship is expected to take place during May 2019, so when will the OnePlus 7 launch?
When compared to the OnePlus 6T standard edition, the McLaren Edition has 2GB more RAM and Warp Charge 30 to more efficiently fuel up the smartphone.
OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition vs OnePlus 6T
OnePlus earlier this week launched a OnePlus 6T variation that's somehow even faster than the top of the line 6T model unveiled a few weeks ago.
Having said that, the speed element of the McLaren edition comes from the Warp Charge feature.
The phone is backed by a 3700mAh battery with support for Warp Charge 30, that can provide a day's battery with 20 minutes of charging, according to OnePlus.
T-Mobile started pushing the third update for OnePlus 6T which brings a couple of improvements and bug fixes.
There's also a new pattern underneath the glass back of the phone which is based on McLaren's groundbreaking carbon fibre. Other differences include 10GB RAM (versus the 6GB and 8GB in the original), and the obvious McLaren skin design for the phone. There's also a McLaren Badge on the back. Overall there's a lot more going on in the McLaren Edition's design and we suspect the orange color won't suit everyone, but it's sure to appeal to fans of the brand. On the back, there's carbon fiber inspired pattern under the glass, a McLaren logo, and a papaya orange lining on the bottom to represent the vehicle company's style. The front though remains unchanged.